CMHOF And Nashville Public Library Come Together
May 2, 2013 at 8:27 AM (PT)
The COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM (CMHOF) and the NASHVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION have come together to present "STRING CITY: NASHVILLE'S TRADITION OF MUSIC AND PUPPETRY," happening THURSDAY, JUNE 20th, at 8p (CT) at the CMHOF in NASHVILLE.
Admission is available for a $30 per person donation to the CMHOF and NASHVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION, and it includes the show, as well as a pre-show reception at 7p (CT). Tickets may be reserved beginning THURSDAY, MAY 9th.
“The wide appeal of Country music and NASHVILLE's deep roots in the genre’s history attract tourists from all over the country and the world,” said NASHVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY Director KENT OLIVER. “STRING CITY appeals to the same crowd of music enthusiasts and demonstrates that puppetry is a fine art form, attracting fans of all interests and ages, not just the younger ones.”
This performance launches the 2013 NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL PUPPET FESTIVAL.
For more information or to make a donation, visit www.nashvillepuppetfestival.com.